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From left: Hermann Karl Rudolf Gebhard von Alvensleben (1809–1887), Gustav von Alvensleben (1803–1881), Werner von Alvensleben (1802–1877), Gebhard Karl Ludolf von Alvensleben (1798–1867) und Reimar Constantin von Alvensleben (1809–1892) ... does anyone have a portrait picture of Gebhard Karl Ludolf von Alvensleben (1798–1867)?

 

Fünf Generäle von Alvensleben, Lichtsbild aus Juni 1865.jpg

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Hermann Karl Rudolf Gebhard von Alvensleben (1809-1887)

 

ALVENSLEBEN - HERRMANN CARL RUDOLPH GEBHARD VON ALVENSLEBEN (1809-1887) detalle.jpg

Gustav von Alvensleben (1803–1881)

ALVENSLEBEN I - GUSTAV VON ALVENSLEBEN (1803-1881) detalle.jpg

Werner von Alvensleben (1802–1877)

1003 Alvensleben - Werner VIII. von Alvensleben (1802-1877).jpg

Gebhard Karl Ludolf von Alvensleben (1798–1867) 

ALVENSLEBEN - GEBHARD VON ALVENSLEBEN (3).jpg

Alvensleben - Gebhard Karl Ludolf von Alvensleben (1798–1867).JPG

Reimar Constantin von Alvensleben (1809–1892) 

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Here is what I have put together for Werner von Alvensleben, if anyone could add a date (for eample for Premierleutnant or Hauptmann) or a decoration, that would be great!

Sekondeleutnant am 5. April 1819

Premierleutnant im Juli 1832

Hauptmann 1841

Major am 9. Mai 1848

Oberstleutnant am 22. März 1853

Oberst am 12. Juni 1856

Generalmajor am 18. Oktober 1861

Generalleutnant am 18. Juni 1865

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Sankt-Stanislaus-Orden, II. Klasse (RSt2)

Preußisches Dienstauszeichnungskreuz

Roter Adlerorden, IV. Klasse

Roter Adlerorden, III. Klasse mit der Schleife

Roter Adlerorden, II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub

Orden vom Zähringer Löwen, Großkreuz (BZL1/BZ1)

Stern zum Roten Adlerorden II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub

Roter Adlerorden, I. Klasse mit Eichenlaub

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9 hours ago, Glenn J said:

Good morning,

Werner von Alvensleben.

Regards

Glenn

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Phantastic, Glenn, thank you! According to the Familie von Alvensleben he received the RAO1mE on his "Abschied" ... ist that possible?

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Hello,

the award was not published in the Militär-Wochenblatt but on checking the Ordensliste of 1877, one finds that a Generalleutnant von Alvensleben (then residing in Potsdam) was awarded the RAO1E on 8 May 1869; the same day that Werner retired. So, it seems the answer is yes.

Regards

Glenn

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